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Guido Grillenmeier, Principal Technologist EMEA at identity security pioneer, Semperis, discusses the company’s recent research which reveals that too many organisations are still failing to address Active Directory security gaps. The good news is that, those who do tackle this problem and engage expert help see a massive improvement in their security posture.
Saswata Basu, founder of Züs, explains how he has developed the dStorage decentralised storage platform using blockchain and delivering key benefits, such as the elimination of single points of failure, enhanced data privacy and security, cost-effectiveness, transparency, and improved access and management.
Continuing our series of interviews with leading industry experts, David Watkins, from VIRTUS Data Centres, discusses some of the many challenges and opportunities facing his own organisation and the wider data centre industry over the coming months and years, with sustainability the major focus.
Ed Bissell, Sales Director, Stellium Data Centres, discusses the company’s recent OCP Ready Certification, bringing it many new opportunities to work with the Open Compute Project Foundation community. He explains what this means in terms of the data centre design itself, building on Stellium’s major focus on providing a highly connected, sustainable environment for customers.
A new report from Appsbroker and CTS shows 86% of organisations have already been impacted by GenAI, with a better understanding of the potentially disruptive impacts of the technology a top priority for 78% of them.